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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1919, Lethbridge, Alberta VOLUME xn. LSTHDIUDGE. ALBERTA. FIUDAV. AUGUST 8, 1019 NUM15KI1 Hoy Reached Calgary In Hour And A Half Better Than Time Fixed iGlAD38 jForiner Minister of Labor Was Given Wild Greeting on His Election as Leadei [Only Had Small Majority Ove v Mr., Fin- ance Minister Moved T hat Nomination Be Made of th e Ottawa. The New Liberal Leader BIO STRIKE BECAUSE NEGROES RETURN TO WORK OTTAWA. Aug. 7.--Hon. I.. Me-j ho'was sure all would appreciate his euzie-KInK, minister or labor in feelings wjien hs words coul 1 .aiirlcr luliNiQislralion, Is tbo new not. eiprrfs the gratification ho felt Jr.-lcJer or Liberal ifcrly. lie vaat for. the greatest honor which couM 90 acclaimed at the close of llio lia-ibc given any man.' flonal conveution ionlglil conscious ol die', vast re-1 n n J Uil UAJM L'Datll III .1 11 n; 1111 -1 lha fourth ballot, uul as a, wild later colleagues' lii the Cabinet ot pnUcr ot" lac I; only three voL6s were] Sir 'Wilfrid Laurlcr. lie ftipressed Nvas because somo of Inn; dceply-to Mr. Hcldiii? Iiia thanks for Jclesatcs'Cftsl tlielr votes la the iblnl! Lh'e iioblclicnrlctl way. In which Mv. jjallot (Jcorgc P. Graham i Kicking had bceiiythe Cirel to cdim ad-announced his decision lo retire'and'-say he'was-ready to givq Ills, luilot'iwaB thrown out.' i preat experience, in' lo There was a almllar mU-up UICEH 'common ;.th.iiEa in pk uumber-of delegates voled Morals .were-so splendid r, P. McKenzie relired. As a. found iL fllthc-uli also In; It was deckled to take llie.-fourlh Lai-' his llianks oMr.Graliamlor! Int on number Eivs ballot rapcrs. lo }icln figlil for: lie eonlealaiUs reduced lo V.yo. .freedom and progress anrl-Mn, jbLoreai, in llio tliial void was splemlnl! JW -.vole, as ".announced by lloti. j pqllcies. -ivhldi f cargo Murray: trmlnnsn oC laid down In Ihe platform o, llio Scnlioir .31 r. 'KinR-. nnri-j I CHICAGO, Aug. to recall 'troops from the Block- yards and riot districts here, whtsc presence was one of the causes for- the general stocV- yards strike, was announced thfs afternoon. CHICAGO, Aug. general strike of at the packing plants' in the stockyards began al'9 o'clock this mcrning. 1 he action followed the decision. oflthe stockyards'men lasl ntght a general strike unless the state IroopsVano" 'police gu.irrfs were" from the plants. The'strike was caused by the return''of negroes to work jrealerday. Great Crowd Thronged Landing Field as Hoy Came Out of the Western Sky After Crossing the Rocky Mountains v v v K- EARL HAIC OF BEMEKSYDE LONDON, AUE. Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haijr. who v .has been raised to llio peerage liy KliiE George, will take Uie liilo ot Earl HaiE ol Ilemer- syde. Enthusiastic Demonstration fcr the .Gallant Very Modest, Unassuming Young in Aerial Postal Service Exciting Inci- dents on Speech 16 Assembled Crowd Speaking of Great Possibilities'of Future for Started for Calgary on Last Leg'of Journey at 7: 18.. With tho buzz of Its angina silenced Commissioner Freemau, in address-' and with nblltliiE but tho whistling tag (lie aviator, said that something: To-.Mr. aicKciulo, Mr. King OS -fof -Mr- Kieldine, a majority J he. furmer'of 3S.' r expressed his 'deep gratitude and tlie inn "llo.sbowed by invil- and McKenzle; ff. Al- ng- me Into his-; I very vis's-prouil considerably, jucreaseil-'ou the Hern.' William Lycn Jni cral of Scotch descent.' He WJS torn at. Kitchener, "trie son of John K..King, K.C. trid Isabel Grace McKenzie King. Ke was educated in the Kitchener public -and high schools ,and the Toronto University, wh'ere %i >ie took the degrees of- LL.B, and MX 1.ri'-1E37. He rJso at- Expects lp. Make Fasicr I -Time-on-Return Trip lo lhc j: Ytrclcomc To Prolecl Them From Loss in Disposing, of. Slock, Owing to lirouth of strung wires, tbe J. N. 4 Iripla'Dc. bearing with It Captain E. C. Hay, D.F.C-. glided to Jls lauding jground liere at G.22 in the evening of. Thursday. in Ibe'presence of some five thousand people. The aerial journey from Vancouver over the Rack'os lo .Lethbrldge had been iuccessfully" nt'gotlfUeil, and a ring- ing .jcheer from tho huge gave the arlator a riglit royal ornllcn. An-excited and expectant-.throng had assembled round -Ilia landing KD.MQ.NTON'. J.iiestoch 'Com. .to Tlie Herald) Provincial CarJj-Jc been a'sur.vcy, ._ v Hoy made.- 16. hours, ihi'lliG soulh' cbiiulry tho livestock 'silualicHi, ]L appears ,Uhat Ihc'rc lias Wen going on a rather !rapiJ lifinidalion-.Di stock and at liki .utc; under schedulad-tioie. iv-uai ljie-v nc. UealtTa are making CALG.-UIY, antl ike An' oSischedulc. lime ;bt. huTidred prices that .ifireVconsiderRbly J1 iliey CTonld he. f making eysteiiULttc iriajority ot tlin votes fcreby' neccs'sitritins a continuation t llio voting. Mr. iGrnham aifl Mr. fcKciuie did nut retire immediately icond ballot, bul did so ground as early'-'.s 5.15 those glasses buay and scan the horizon lo gel- a glimpse fo( Hie etiicclfid av.'alor. .41 OO the first sight of tlio alcniau high up iu the air to the norih over the biiilding of the '.International linn-ester Co. "JJere " Lbc sbouL which was- cangbl'.up and Gclioed- by the big f the.; aviator vliiqnV LaiikJug anil preparing for Loiichmg- He -strubl: the norih ol lite (rack oil south on its v y- to" H endersbn n vi line "al- Vrnudgc." which. haa'beeii bed been achieved lu the airman's- flight Uiut would go, down in history; as Ihe'rifkt successful flight In Cans-' dian attention (o- what had jieen by scjence In-. conquering (Mature, and ('origratulaieiij the aviator on what he had accotu-; Outstripped the Captain Hoy, in reply, spoke of the; journey. had "DiaiJc ag one lhat was> :iot iiarL'.culatly difMcult. With a ngh iio wer engine a height ot i eel 1m reached Tb'eTQ many landijig stages on (.he .route In' case avlalors wcra forcefl to descend. With the large number of air chines thnt. wire being sent (o CBnaj da Troiii (JrcaL Britain he. Hioughli. thai Letlibridge should get ol one; and form llio- nucleus "ot (an- ncrlal club. lie -urged the need! ada( going aerial, trans- liortallop. if not the Americans ilo so and capture our trade, Jiayo" led .them' b'etore lead ihem in, thls.Vr :lie added. fuHy..-. The Importance oE in the collrclion ot rcsumu ami delay result- tratnlug, wlilcli I had cfatioit willi JiJm. If-I to be grateful for above fill things, In thai il fell to'-nio liarly "In" J We gain a. knowledge tof pplitlctil pre-! cepls, 'political -nidthoils and -polllinal 'from, the grral mid noble auJ of Ph.D. front latter, university. He. also -.pur- sued extra studies In Eurooe.'and adft ;jn 'iha.L he. ha eaten leleRra ad went some yards spu'lbriheh- lurbcd j{ cast, hit'the Ihe centre oflne sonic. .-j-ases" iifforrriaUon; nuL.Irorn llie .ad '''slopped al Inlllng o( liiB'.db-: landing-" antl In 'others lie" had' arrived, Bairie I he1 T--V. Hands Out Tlic airman haiided out mall he had brought ivith fiim.. These were eievnteri characlcr Avhlch--was shrill, I am sure, be carrying >s'jphes SI I'RCsk.lo Ihe'uimdsL of my consldcrriiloir of resoliUloinB ocrn- 'n BrtaL reEponsibllilles I tlie attention of the deletes. In Io carry'.cm the. priiiciplcg which lie flection with the movlns M n to make., prevail ._. flcalins with c Ice fora I rerwrni. Adamsbn, ol Winnipeg, read a Icgrnni which he had hecn sent -bis vast Domliiloi] anil-.which I think' cun_ all bft mnxinio j o( .an Jihistrious 'KiRlUh 'common MEMBERS OF CANADA WHEAT- BOARD Aug. per- sorinel of. the Canadfan wheat board been announced'as fol-: IDAS: Jamei Winnipeg, is chairman; William A. Math-son, Winnipeg; H. W- .-Wood, Car- stairs, Blick, Mont-' McLtod Patterson, Fort 'Wlllram .i-.; Best, Frank Wl.nnl- peg; Henry> McWIillaroe, -.Winnipeg; Joteph .Montreal; Col. John Z, Fraier, Bjrford, Ontario; William Rlddell, SIR 'ARTHUR CURRIE- ACCEPTS SJr ATllniV OurMe Ilia IJiYltatlcin extended to Ity liic Canadian Club .to attend B luncheon Iccrnni which he haJ tiecn sent rifon. AVthiir MciglicntoSlrtlober: I'yni. .who-said that the. oym of gov-, Wo ibHOasl eeneral-olec- tlolh ncLiuU and- constituted wliat )jo clisp.pae parl-aud mem- 3 aW.n conspiracy lo sivllch O'hc rcsplullon set line forth the Lib- tal jilattorrii in1 reference to return- V soldiers was ngrccd was nl- n resolution ilealtng prohlbi- This resolution declared "that llio klcral parliament should, U rcrj'ucBL- i liy the provincial eovcrnnierit, pass r iRlatlon lor the' effective cnforce- :nt of restrlctivo or prohibitive leg- lion passed hy the., nrovlnco. f.l nluiost S o'clock when the kial vole .waa- announced. "Balloting bad been in progress over -ur Ii burs.--When' the rcUirris' .an- fciihcTng King's HUCCCFS were lad by the .chairman, Mr. FjeMing, tiiidst fircht.applause, inovcd that thq pporL of tho_ returning ofifccr he lade unHntmoug; secomlcd t Mr. Grnham and supported by D. King Was'WIIdly Cheered Tho, oa nr. King1 to express Ills IhnnJrs i the. convention. The delegates 'rose i a'body., cheering1 wildly lor sovcrnl .m. ilnulca. pnftlly, ndvanciiig to" the1 and address tho members of-the. club -ont of llio phlform; Mr. King aakl Jwhen bo comei lo Monlreal. 'harges Union Leaders Asked Money To Fight The 0. B. U. Here aitollier chocr the'-'airras Ot the Yan'cpiiverVorldj'a letter from, ilic aviator came to anrt'l Mavor Oale'of.-iVancoiiTer to iljiyor. IVTORO.NTO, Aug. eimpion, orie of the radical Kfrf Ihe District Trades and Council, In a long prfnted f'circular lait night 'at a meeting iof-tbe Labor Council Arthur O'- I arfl> ex-Sfieretary W. J. J Hevey of having, through Brffl.- J.Qtn, Qunn, approached the would In'llic ('re make it possible [pr-mail from" Van- couver in Iho morning lo be dfllivered to In the and thnt L aerial ppcl wuuld be esIabHahed in' Canada from one end to other. CJivcn 'clear, weal, he flight across Ihe was not a difficult fcuL Congralulatiohi In presenting Bllver cigarette case, suitably on rjehaVf of Ihe Herald, W. look- occasion to-mention .the Import- The I., follows: Aug. 1st, His WpYsliiP; thB Mayor, l.otlibridge, Alberta. Dear Mr. letter e-.nresenjed lo you by Cap'laio B. t.' OTTAWA, Aug. lion. Mc- leader of tbe was -in r-onfcrenco Sir Hubert rdp.n. for some: considerable Ihlg morning. Thc.'conlcrencc. took place ril itic ijiatJincc of Ihe premier, .1d nnderglood, t lie ip' Ihc ncir.Ijilierat IcaAer. ArrangemcuU for the. corning b'ofcMon .were .under dtscassion. '-.with Iho .question .of jaau- Ing -iracani seals.-'' Endeavor, H h dutcd, l ;be provid6 tor both Sir llciiry of flnnuce, and tbe leader, .of opp'Oalllon before, Ihe opening of the e'E-sjipn (on Sept, 1. In n delegation from Olcngflrry wJJl Tv'aJL, oil .Miv king, asking hlnif Lp.TUii' retnrnetj for.lhJs Jbe.-_ Ilby, .D.F.'C., on or'llib' pioneer air night b'ctivcen our ciltps'. tbe EMCccsslui oiilcome of which Vill: lie by all in rap'd'trailsit-: Oiicc it has Ti'eeu. d.eflliltely p.roTCd that >tio great Ssikirka and '.Inaitr.. sufc aerial tra'iiv liqrLailon a fbrvranlV.ateiJ.-yshiall' liaVfl. been mafie in Uie social relations' of; oiir'rbanc'clivcv.nro.'., lilllt'cs it.oiicncil un in" aerisr" trans-1 vincea. Any' .lends for" comnicrciaJ purpoBcs. !l wiis'a great llilng to be in Ihe'po- sillon of receiving mall friends at Hie coast, despatched, niorn- same evening In LeUibrfdgo, lie' looked lo-lhc'day when 'corivcy- ancea liy llio oT that ot roads in slibrlenlng the lime oE communication. .He publicly con- be' bring Ihcsc-'nosired comniDnitert ,ahd .eiicou'rageu. I know yon u'ilt.glvc a CHCitlK wel- come lo Canlain.Iloy'. 6ii tliis'njemor-'' able occasion." ''t Yours trulyr' i.- H. GALB, v -llavofA Hops Off (o UL Lull-. VII walyiilj gmlulatcd Captain Hoy [or. nftvlng so After partaking ot far tlic Uip sticccsafijlty, J and n stay of 5G minulcs, .CaplaJn IIojj wljlied him Svcllitor Ihe.reiiinliiilcr on his journey. (Continued on' Pitgc Sli) >r Canyon Gty Dpwd Narrowly il L EsGapea Some Loss Life! (Special lo'l.fte CHESTOX B.. Aug. Hall's coisl lo Calgary flight to' a. sudden aijd dlaaalfoUR. stop here aboul tn'o b'r.loclf tbla.lltternoon, ,flnrt- In j.his engines runnliis''short of'gts- ______ _ .Kd last was compelled lo maKe a opening d shortly :a'ter the made Mr. .Klrtg in Sic J.ivrlrr'i old In CfuAte 'It was (ijrthcr sti'tcil Mr. Klnf Might aeciirc the in .As.sjfiibofftSSask.k for the of life preaenCparllamenlnry term', if ho wlsnejl ft.accthl It.- This ae4i wa.i made.yrtcahV by', the appplnimeni. Mr. TiirrUT (o iha'scnnlp. V- Within.n Mr. King will thjc 'opjiosHloil le'ader'i .tif- the (Janyon In a hiv r the roll! ot slop since leatinj Mfdway< 'Oter .an hour was 'taken geltlng'ori''O of gasoline and .1 g of spectators, at. Iho wort. ImDiedUlely: th6''r Tfas lurnert on lo rtsutne Ihe "trip cii- jlne troul'.o derelojied.1 .f ho. flijai illd not rite mori rfozfn (eoL a rile, 'of pbne wenlliose on Ijitn Ihe car' and turned a complete aomersaulp wreclilrlE it almost cprapletely. bill the aviator escaped n'ith only a '-lint bruises but drenched wilh gasplEiie'Vnlcli would (1U-1 .aslJous'had Sfreck takea while he .was. crawling ;froi( The'aulo also SmashtiL-'alfiost' complelely. A: lady'ocSDpanVof tbS' auto in soiirrylng td aafcly by 'one of Ilig w'inga of" -the but ir.aa not u ir.aa no ir-.-ip.. 'trashed Into: the motor, navi-liecn 16; 'tttffty'pfj. was M Least a pith' and [ravelling v ni.'. sijecd mid low been i ml.rnrtc-.tmj' teen Jill.'.The Jilai Ing .the ;